"Pleuropulmonary pathological ambience. Oesophageal branches between the left and right sound-signal of the magnetophone are the standard reconstruction for acoustic resections. The suture technique for transversed tape-anastromoses is becoming the main aspect for pharmakustic demands. Within the ambient fields constant hemodynamic changes in episcleral vasculature are performed." - Siegmar Fricke CGR-129 Topics: Siegmar Fricke, Completely Gone Recordings, Ambient, Electronic, Experimental, Germany, 2007 Source: Completely Gone Recordings
Medical Soundscapes represents clinic electro-robotic acid that is strongly associated with medical processes and images. Siegmar Fricke mainly works with analogue vintage equipment, sampling, sequencing and a broad range of effect periphery. Instead of notebooks he uses HD-multitracking. for more info visit http://www.subsource.de/sub/059/
Pharmakustik audioclearance of asymptomatic septal defects achieved by further research in operative sound-techniques; surgical closure of anomalous sonoric enlargements; microcellular pharma-noise of anticholinergic tinctures; the first EP on Siegmar Fricke's private PHARMAKUSTIK-netlabel with antimicrobial effects of neuro-sonoric toxicity; length 21:47 min.; PHARMAKUSTIK-studio June 2007 Topics: Siegmar Fricke, Pharmakustik, electronic, experimental, industrial, medical music, abstract,...
Nonsurgical causes of coma must be promptly recognized when they occur in surgical patients. Trauma and surgical operations not infrequently aggravate a preexisting metabolic or other derangement and cause rapid deterioration and coma. Produced in January 1990 | digitally re-edited and re-mastered in October 2007 by BESTATTUNGSINSTITUT | pre-pharmakustik archives Topics: industrial, Siegmar Fricke, Pharmakustik, ambient, noise, experimental, electronic, medical,...
With this work Siegmar Fricke develops his experiments in abstract way using massive tape treatments. It was resulted in one lengthy track in subtly reverberating musique-concrete style. Topics: DNA Production, Siegmar Fricke, Cerebrophonie, Ambient, Experimental, Pharmakustik
Germany's Siegmar Fricke has been active in the electronic scene since the 80's. Along the road he has been responsible for projects such as Efficient Refineries (together with Miguel A. Ruiz) and several collaborations with Italian sound artists Maurizio Bianchi and Giancarlo Toniutti. His latest work, "Neuromecanismo", contains hypnotising and microscopic operations which could metaphorically describe the subtle intricacies of organic/biological activity on a cellular level. Not... Topic: modulation, minimal, drone, ambient
“Neurosurgical resection strategies on decontaminated rhythmofractures. Tissue removal of implanted sequences, chemoradiated repercussions, total vascular exclusion of melodies and segmentectomic bitcrushing. Pharmakustik research in its most bloodless method 2007.” (Siegmar Fricke) “Siegmar Fricke started his first musical experiments in 1981 using tape-recorders and shortwave-radio signals to create collages of musique-concrète that has been recorded on various cassettes. After intense... Topic: Pharmakustik Source: Clinical Archives
unreleased metasequencer-electronics engineered and programmed by Siegmar Fricke in the course of 1994 | assembled from original analogue mastertapes and available for the first time in digital format Topics: electro, techno, ambient, experimental, Siegmar Fricke, pharmakustik, sequencer
The previously unreleased album PROGRAMMI CODIFICATI was produced in February 1996 by Siegmar Fricke and now, 11 years later, digitally remastered at Pharmakustik-studio. It contains 8 pieces of sequenced automations, electro-enveloped voices, analogue pulsations and modular-filtered ambient scapes. In 1996 PROGRAMMI CODIFICATI was far ahead of its time by rejecting all the stereotypical techno-sound-elements of that era. Instead sonorous progression in linear/syncopated robotronics was the... Topics: Pharmakustik, Siegmar Fricke, electronic, ambient, industrial, medical, soundscapes
Prolific German composer Siegmar Fricke has been active in the electronic music scene since the 1980's. His first Nishi release, "Orthotic", is a four track EP in the abstract style he calls "Pharmakustik". Eschewing preset-sounds, melodies and familiar song-structures, Pharmakustik instead consists of reduced and syncopated rhythmic patterns, and clinically filtered ambiences. "Mechanical debridements on microscopic rhythmo-fissures. Antimicrobial lavage, transverse... Topics: ambient, minimal, pharmakustik
Pathological Ambience is one 45-minute dark necrotic ambient monster from industrial ambient veteran Siegmar Fricke. Created with magnetophone, various synths and effectors that permanently change and mutate to other microcellular structures. Essential for fans of experimental drone/ ambient. Topics: ambient, industrial, noise, drone, reverb, siegmar fricke, dreamy, dark ambient
False Negatives is a cross-continental collaboration between seminal ambient master Siegmar Fricke and youngin Royce Icon. The end result is one nefarious half an hour slab of dark experimental drones and industrial ambiances sure to make you cum in your panties. Also available as a cd-r for $3. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info on how to snag one. Topics: ambient, industrial, dark ambient, improv, noise, synth, electronic, minimal, siegmar fricke, royce...
programmed, mastered, compiled and equalized by Siegmar Fricke (sampling, radio, analogue synthesizer, effector, multitrack) July - September 1992 | published by Manfred Chmielewski on S-META TAPES in October 1992 | digitally remastered, edited, selected and waveshaped by PHARMAKUSTIK in February 2012 for CHRONO REFLUX 05 | cover-artwork refurbished | www.pharmakustik2012.blogspot.com | www.chronoreflux.blogspot.com Topics: Siegmar Fricke, Pharmakustik, electronics, experimental, house, sci-fi, sound, synthesizer,...
Nathod, or near-death-experience, is the phenomenon of absolute detachment from our actual being encompassed in fears, ego-mania, weaknesses and false wisdom. It leads to an out-of-body-experience offering the opportunity to watch the inner tree of life (Yggdrasil) from outside. Nahtod, a collaboration between Sylvie Walder and Siegmar Fricke, intends to describe the withering of the tree of life as in neurosis or other traumatic states. Using the drones from Sylvie Walder as a basis for the... Topics: experimental, drone, ambient, electronic Source: Clinical Archives
[A:M:B] has been founded by Siegmar Fricke and his wife Heike Boehm in 2002 . CHLORAMPHENOL features nine tracks in crystalline DSP-quality; completely produced, digitally edited and mixed by Miguel. A. Ruiz in Spain. The music consists of reduced and syncopated rhythmic patterns, clinical filtered ambiences generated by sampling-technlogy, electro-modulated voices and linear structure; in detail all single audio-elements are very modulated by various electronic devices. Trancy elements are... Topics: Siegmar Fricke, Pharmakustik, experimental, ambient, trance, techno, house, industrial